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analogies on how a cell is like a school?

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  1. Zale101 Group Title
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    Plant cell or Animal cell?

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  2. aaronq Group Title
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    Animal cells: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cj8dDTHGJBY Plant cells: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UvlqAVCoqY

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  3. melody16 Group Title
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    plant cell

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    Because cell has many organelles.. Like a school has many students..lol Cell is the school and it's organelles are it's students.. Each organelle has different or specific function,like we have in school for example each class has class representators and they have specific function.. and more and more..:)

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    cells these days have been compared to companies where the nucleus is the CEO, the mitochondria is the plantation or plant house, the DNA being the blue print, etc; I guess you make the same distinction when comparing to school - nucleus being the Principal's office or the Dean's, then you can use your imagination with the rest. I hope this helped.

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    Analogy:As substances like water and other nutrients enter a plant cell to keep it stable ,students enter a school to learn.

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    That would be helpful

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    I don't even know what an amyloplast is .-.

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    http://www.biologyjunction.com/cell_functions.htm Here is a pretty good list and description of cell functions, do as Jess is doing and make analogies like so

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  10. nincompoop Group Title
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    some schools do not have gates, like mine LUL

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  11. melody16 Group Title
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    wow, I had to think about what school I go to to check If it had a gate or not

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    The examples provided from the simplest idea should act more like that "aha" spark to keep things going. I would really hope that one's own imagination be sufficient enough to complete this task of analogy.

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